3 – 4 years old
Activities: In the Imagination Station, children learn about mathematics, science, art, and literacy through subject-focused activities while continuing to refine gross and fine motor skills, social interactions, and cognitive development. Children may also engage in more rigorous academic and physical activities, such as mathematical pattern recognition and indoor/outdoor gym play. Individual and group activities provide opportunities for children at this stage to engage in pure learning(remembering and connecting experiences), and trying new ways of sensory, social, and dramatic play.
Outcomes: The Imagination Station prepares early learners for their matriculation into the school system of their parent’s choosing while cultivating the child’s awareness of their individual social/emotional development (e.g. forming friendships, self-esteem, and self-regulation).